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A podcast all about GNU Emacs, where I uncover some of it’s lesser known features, discussed upcoming releases and share some tips and tricks. Join me as we discover some of the most valuable aspects of this wonderful piece of software.
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This 14-part original series from LWC Studios explores how reparations should be paid and to whom. For all episodes, transcripts and supplemental materials visit StillPayingThePricePod.com. This series was funded by a grant from The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Cover art: "Gemini" by Fitgi Saint-Louis
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TLDCast Podcast

The Training, Learning, and Development Community

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This podcast is the audio-only version of TLDCast, a livestreamed broadcast for instructional designers, learning experience designers, educational technologists, or anyone involved in workplace learning. Some of the audio content is edited for brevity. Learn more at www.TLDC.us.
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The Journalist and presenter Ashley John-Baptiste, who’s written a very moving memoir about growing up in care. The Lahore born poet Imtiaz Dharker will be appearing on the programme. We’ll be talking about what’s made her identify as a Scottish, Pakistani, Calvinist, Muslim who’s been adopted by India and Wales. Plus, landscape and garden designer…
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This week Coop and Taylor had the pleasure of hosting Adrian Johnston. Adrian is Distinguished Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque. He is the author of many books, including Time Driven: Metapsychology and the Splitting of the Drive; Irrepressible Truth: On Lacan’s “The Freudian Thing”; and A New…
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This week Cooper and Taylor spoke to Bradley McClean about his book, Deleuze, Guattari and the Machine in Early Christianity Schizoanalysis, Affect and Multiplicity.Dr. Bradley H. McLean is the Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Knox College. He is the author of seven books including Biblical Interpretation and Philosophical Herm…
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Fashion designer, entrepreneur and Great British Sewing Bee judge Patrick Grant has put his money where his seams are with his company Community Clothing and new book 'Less' urging us to stop buying so much rubbish and appreciate fewer, better things. We’re taking cheesy to another level with Razan Alsous who came to the UK as a refugee from Syria …
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This week Coop and Taylor speak with Jason Read on his recent book, The Double Shift: Spinoza and Marx on the Politics of Work.Jason is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern Maine and whose works include The Micropolitics of Capital: Marx and the Prehistory of the Present; The Politics of Transindividuality; The Production of Subj…
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We’re kicking off the festival season in style, and in the sun, with three very different books… but who’s authors have more in common than you may think. This week’s events haven’t stopped Mishal Husain making her way to us this weekend – for what will surely be the only down time she’ll have over the next 6 weeks. Mishal’s new memoir charts her f…
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The bestselling, prolific screenwriter and author of the Hawthorne series Anthony Horowitz… whose creative achievements may be further admired and perhaps understood when he reveals what he’s overcome with the relationship with his father. Possessed with a similar drive, Capt. Preet Chandi is with us, now the fastest woman to cross Antarctica she s…
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Cooper and Taylor speak with Ian Buchanan, who is a Professor of Critical Theory and Cultural Studies at the University of Wollongong Australia. Ian is the author and editor of many books, some of which include Deleuzism: A Metacommentary; Fredric Jameson: Live Theory; and, most recently, The Incomplete project of Schizoanalysis: Collected Essays o…
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Mary Beard unearths some of the fascinating little-known stories that helped build the Roman Empire in her new series of Being Roman, and reveals how a cake is responsible for making her Britain’s best-known classicist. From the senate and the people of Rome to the Sherlock Holmes of Tudor England – star of the new Shardlake series, Arthur Hughes j…
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Cooper and Taylor discuss the Introduction and first chapter of Gilbert Simondon's Individuation in Light of Notions of Form and Information, Form and Matter.This volume was translated by our very own Taylor Adkins.https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/individuation-in-light-of-notions-of-form-andSupport us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.c…
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The Titan of Tartan Noir, crime writer Val McDermid, who grew up playing in the ruins of Macduff's castle, shines a new light on Lady Macbeth in her new book, and tells us show she became addicted to video games. Nicola Nuttall has written a beautiful memoir about helping her daughter Laura make the most of her final days living with brain cancer…L…
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For episode 121 of Tendy Talk presented by the BLPA Podcast Network and The Hockey Podcast Network, I chat with the son of NHL Hall of Famer Mike Vernon's son Matt, the goalie for the ECHL Jacksonville Icemen. We chat about his start in hockey, why he went the college route, and his current life in the ECHL. Be sure to follow Matt on social media a…
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In this week's episode Cooper and Taylor speak with Elizabeth Grosz, who has published and edited over a dozen books and whose most recent work, The Incorporeal: Ontology, Ethics, and the Limits of Materialism, will be the topic of today’s discussion.Links:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Groszhttps://cup.columbia.edu/book/the-incorporeal/97…
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Birmingham’s unofficial global ambassador, Steven Knight, who did as much for flat caps as he did for Brum by creating Peaky Blinders and he’s now taking us back to the West Midlands of the 1980’s with his latest TV series This Town. Catherine Coldstream had a bohemian upbringing in London, lived in Paris and fell in love with "unsuitable propositi…
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Racing driver Nic Hamilton is the first disabled athlete to compete in the British Touring Car Championship. Born with cerebral palsy and told he would always need to use a wheelchair, he certainly embodies his self-given title of ‘limit defier’ and shares how he proved everyone wrong in his new book 'Now That I Have Your Attention'. Victoria McClo…
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Coop and Taylor speak with Jon Greenaway, aka The LitCritGuy. Writer, podcaster, and content creator from the North of England. Host of the Horror Vanguard Podcast. He writes about horror, contemporary capitalism, and cultural theory. Today we’ll be discussing his book, A Primer on Utopian Philosophy; An Introduction to the Work of Ernst Bloch.Jon'…
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The broadcaster, marathon runner, and proud parent to her life saving stoma Audrey, Adele Roberts reveals how she overcame cancer wrote a book and danced on ice. Writer and comedian Ben Elton whose new stand-up tour highlights his trademark incisive social commentary by exploring authentic stupidity. David Duke went from sleeping rough and living i…
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Rocco Gangle joined Coop and Taylor to discuss a piece titled Autopoiesis and Eigenform by Louis H. Kauffman. Article Link:https://www.mdpi.com/2079-3197/11/12/247Rocco's first appearance:https://soundcloud.com/podcast-co-coopercherry/eric-schmid-rocco-gangle-on-mathematical-structuralism?si=26acc817ecf44e9d8f20a3b4c8330d06&utm_source=clipboard&utm…
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The irrepressible Tom Shakespeare shares how the boy nicknamed 'The Blob' at school went on to become a bioethicist, disability rights advocate, and now a debut novelist. Kate Silverton has swapped the newsroom for the therapists couch having retrained as a child counsellor. She has also become a bestselling author and her latest book maintains tha…
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This week Coop and Taylor discuss Freud's Totem and Taboo. Ambivalence, Anti-Oedipus, repetition, sacrifice, cannibalism and more. Freud Playlist:https://soundcloud.com/podcast-co-coopercherry/sets/freud?si=7394d554bb4f4915ac9d731243e347f4&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharingSupport us on Patreon:www.patreon.com/muhhTwit…
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One of Yorkshire’s finest, the actor famous for Fat Friends, Coronation Street and Emmerdale, Gaynor Faye. She’s making her directorial debut with the stage adaptation of The Syndicate, written by her mother; the late, great Kay Mellor. Tommy Blaize is the voice of Strictly. He’s been singing on the show since the very first episode. But today he r…
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This week, Charles Stivale and Dan Smith returned to the podcast to discuss a series of lectures Deleuze delivered titled "Painting and the Question of Concepts". They also shared a bit about their experience with the Deleuze Seminars project hosted by Purdue University.Quick recapThe team discussed the introduction of a new feature on Zoom that ca…
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Rear Admiral Jude Terry, the first woman to hold flag rank in The Royal Navy, keeps us ship shape and shares how a rebellious teenager became the highest ranking female member of the Navy. Ready to send us to the sin bin Sara Cox, not that one, reveals how she "walked through stinging nettles" to become the world's first professional female rugby u…
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Entertainer, actor, comedian, author and very clever man, Julian Clary joins us, he makes disdain and innuendo hilarious and he’s back onstage playing Herod in Jesus Christ Superstar. When Christopher Samuel picked up a biro and drew a picture of himself, it changed his life. He’ll tell us how he’s now using art to challenge the perceptions of disa…
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Brian Massumi joined Cooper and Taylor for a discussion on his forthcoming book: The Personality of Power: A Theory of Fascism for Anti-Fascist Life.Massumi was instrumental in introducing the work of French philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari to the English-speaking world through his translation of their key collaborative work A Thousan…
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Jeffrey Bell joined us to speak about his recently published book, An Inquiry into Analytic-Continental Metaphysics.Jeffrey A. Bell is Professor of Philosophy at Southeastern Louisiana University. He has recently been a Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor in Philosophy at Royal Holloway, University of London, during which time much of this book was…
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For episode 120 of Tendy Talk presented by the BLPA Podcast Network and The Hockey Podcast Network, I chat with Latvian-born Nashville Preditors and Milwaukee Admirals prospect Gustavs Grigals who is playing in the ECHL for the Atlanta Gladiators. In the episode we chat about his early years playing in Latvia, what brought him to North America, and…
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Cristóbal Escobar joined Coop and Taylor to discuss his new book, The Intensive-Image in Deleuze’s Film-Philosophy.Cristóbal is a Lecturer in Screen Studies at the University of Melbourne and Film Programmer at the Santiago International Documentary Film Festival (FIDOCS). His publications include The Intensive-Image in Deleuze’s Film-Philosophy (2…
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Jennie Gow, the journalist and BBC motor racing presenter who is navigating her post-stroke life and plans to be back on air for the Formula 1 this season. Sarah Marsh, the deaf author who has written a debut novel about a deaf woman finding her identity in a hearing world. And sailor Ken Fowler who circumnavigated every island in England and Wales…
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For episode 118 of Tendy Talk presented by the BLPA Podcast Network and The Hockey Podcast Network, I chat with goalie mask painting legend Frank Cipra of Cipra Designs. Frank has painted some of the iconic masks such as Curtis Joseph's Cujo masks, Ray LeBlanc's 1992 Team USA Olympic mask, Rick DiPietro's veteran appreciation mask, and Jeff Hackett…
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Michael Hardt returned to discuss his most recent book, The Subversive Seventies.Hardt argues that the 1970s offers an inspiring and useful guide for contemporary radical political thought and action. Although we can still learn much from the movements of the sixties, that decade's struggles for peace, justice, and freedom fundamentally marked the …
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Chris Anderson, an entrepreneur with a unique background as the son of missionaries and now the head of the TED organization, advocates for the power of Infectious Generosity as the ultimate idea worth spreading. Jane Cholmeley, once a feminist bookseller and now an author, shares her journey of running Europe's largest women's bookstore amidst cha…
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Henry Somers-Hall joined us to discuss a chapter from a book he's currently writing on A Thousand Plateaus. This discussion focuses on a chapter from the book, Treatise on Nomadology: The War Machine.Henry's Links:https://henrysomershall.net/about/https://pure.royalholloway.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/henry-somershall(9b215915-fcd6-4567-8463-c0c39f5aed…
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Today - our guests inhabit very different worlds... One exists in kindness, James Timpson, the businessman and philanthropist - whose new book The Happy Index - puts happiness at the top of his business plans. Marianna Spring on the other hand, spends much of her life in a world filled with nastiness and trolls, and asks Why Do You Hate Me? in her …
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For episode 118 of Tendy Talk presented by the BLPA Podcast Network and The Hockey Podcast Network, I chat with GGSU admin, Florida hockey resident, and descent guy despite what the comments on GGSU says Louis Molina. Be sure to follow Louii on social media and enjoy the episode YouTube | The Thin Red Line The music on this podcast is courtesy of T…
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Thomas Nail returned to discuss his new book, Matter and MotionA Brief History of Kinetic Materialism. From the Minoans to Virginia Woolf and a hint of chaos. Thomas's Links:The book we discuss: https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-matter-and-motion.htmlThomas's previous appearance:https://soundcloud.com/podcast-co-coopercherry/thomas-nail-mar…
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National sweetheart, and very silly boy, Joe Lycett adds some pizazz to proceedings...as he talks art, Queen's Heath and his special brand of public service vigilantism as he sets his sights on the water companies. The writer, producer and creator behind landmark TV series; Queer as Folk, It’s A Sin, Years and Doctor Who, Russell T Davies, looks ba…
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This week Graham Harman returned to discuss his first book, Tool Being, and share some great stories from his career.Graham's first appearance:https://soundcloud.com/podcast-co-coopercherry/graham-harman-object-oriented-ontology?si=d162f30106dc42088c8379e1df7ce67b&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharinghttps://en.wikipedia.…
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Bringing his trademark droll humour and a bit of poetry to proceedings…the actor and comedian Tim Key discusses his new collection and reveals the story behind one of the most remarkable acts kindness he received from a stranger. He loves dogs, he loves sport and he’s one of the best in the world at commentating on both…we welcome the voice of a th…
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Tom Odell, the Ivor Novello Award winning musician discusses his new album 'Black Friday' and reveals why freshly baked cakes helped with his piano lessons. Zoë Colville, aka The Chief Shepherdess, went from the madness of hairdressing in a trendy Soho salon in London, to the ‘relative’ tranquillity of tending sheep on a farm in Kent. Boxer Nathan …
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This week Gil Morejon joined us to discuss his book, The Unconscious of Thought in Leibniz, Spinoza, and Hume. Book Links: https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/gil-morejonKant's Prolegomena Episode:https://soundcloud.com/podcast-co-coopercherry/gil-morejon-kants-prolegomena-to-any-future-metaphysics?si=6e79819c620342dfb23546a21c45bbb6&utm_source=cl…
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Extending our knowledge of Imperial frontiers - journalist, author and Empire educator Sathnam Sanghera’s reveals why tea is the best medium to discuss the British Empire. Crossing the final frontier with Libby Jackson - she boldly explores where none of us are likely to as The Head of Space Exploration at the UK Space Agency. And the record-breaki…
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This week Grant Maxwell returned to discuss the mythic dialectic in the work of Spinoza, Nietzsche, and Deleuze. The discussion focuses on these 3 central figures in Grant's book, Integration and Difference: Constructing a Mythical Dialectic. Previously, we spoke with Grant on the whole book and so it was nice to narrow the focus a bit and center t…
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Bestselling writer, self-experimenter and host of Just One Thing, Michael Mosley is a man so keen on giving the nation ‘just one thing’ to do to improve our lives, that we’re soon going to run out of hours in the day to incorporate them all. If the very thought of handmade chocolates makes you salivate, prepare to drool, because the master chocolat…
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For episode 117 of Tendy Talk presented by the BLPA Podcast Network and The Hockey Podcast Network, I chat with Scott Kennedy, an ACHA college hockey goalie from Colorado. Be sure to follow Scott on social media and enjoy the episode Instagram https://www.instagram.com/s_kennedy35 The music on this podcast is courtesy of The Zambonis. (http://theza…
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